My brother is looking to buy a new TV and he is looking at the SONY 60" SXRD: KDS-60A2000 - We were at a bunch of stores and (obviously) all of the sales guys want to sell the extended warranty. Now I never get extended warranties and most of the stuff that this guy was saying was pretty "Used Car Salesman"'ish Most of the stuff he was saying was pretty routine B.S., but the only thing that concerned me was the bulb replacement. He said the bulb should last 5 years, but if it did go out, that this place would personally send someone out to replace it (which is covered in the warranty). Now the warranty is for 5 years and my question is this... Is the warranty worth it? The warranty is $350 and that just seems insane! But considering this TV isn't just a standard LCD, I am concerned that my brother MAY need the warranty. Thoughts? Will the bulb go dead before the 5 years is up? and if he doesn't get the warranty, is it a bitch to replace them yourself? I know the bulbs are expensive, but they can't be any more expensive than the $350 warranty....and if my brother goes through more than 2 bulbs in 5 years...well, then there's a bigger problem on our hands at that point.